An analysis of a recent study by Equilar, Executives on Boards Report, showed that companies where the CFO serves on an outside board had a higher median 3-year total shareholder return (19.2 percent) than those that did not (15.2 percent). For a ... HRnext, 6 days ago
S&P 500 Companies With CFOs Serving on Outside Boards Outperform Peers - NewsBlaze, 1 week ago
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Online Service Is the First Dedicated Resource for Say on Pay Voting Results and Trends Equilar, leading provider of corporate governance and executive compensation data, today announced the launch of its Say on Pay Tracker, a dedicated information ...NewsBlaze, 1 week ago
When it comes to serving on corporate boards, Wall Street banks pay exceedingly well. DealBook notes data from Equilar showing that the average director compensation at one of the six biggest banks in 2011 was $328,655. That compares with an ...Fierce Finance, 1 month ago The Board of Directors Is the Ultimate Protected Class Money Morning, 1 month ago Wall Street directors getting a pass on pay EFinancialCareers Denmark, 1 month ago $500000 a year for a part-time job It still pays to be on the board of a Wall Street bank Mumbai News.Net, 1 month ago
Shannon Stapleton/ReutersMorgan Stanley's headquarters in New York. Daniel S. Loeb has ended his engagement with Morgan Stanley. Mr. Loeb's hedge fund, Third Point, disclosed in a filing on Wednesday that it had sold its 7.8 million shares in the ...New York Times, 6 days ago DealBook: Third Point Sells Morgan Stanley Stake New York Times, 6 days ago
Consider: the top 20 companies in the United States ranked by market capitalization include no media companies. But according to figures assembled for The New York Times by Equilar, which compiles data on executive compensation, media companies ...Techdirt, 6 days ago
Shareholders of Gannett last week approved an $8.45 million pay package for the companys chief executive. The McLean-based media company, which owns USA Today, is one of the latest in a string of local firms to receive shareholder approval in this ...Washington Post, 1 week ago Bob Iger is third highest paid CEO in the US, Murdochs pay sees fall Indian Television, 1 month ago CEO pay may be stalled, but the perks aren't MSN Money, 1 month ago In 2012, C.E.O. Pay Was in the Perks New York Times, 1 month ago
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DIRECTORS of some high-profile public companies are coming under scrutiny this proxy season. Shareholder advocates say its about time. The coming meeting of JPMorgan Chase shareholders, to be held in Tampa, Fla., on May 21, is a case in point.New York Times, 1 week ago
Floyd Mayweather, Jr in a WWE ring. Bradley Center, Milwaukee, WI. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) What do top media corporate CEOs and boxer Floyd Mayweather have in common? The short answer is $30 million in compensation a year. Who's got the better ...Forbes.com, 2 weeks ago
Whats the difference between a media mogul and a chief executive elsewhere in the business world? About $10 million in compensation, give or take. Leaders in other industries may be well paid, but as the accompanying chart shows, they earn far less ...New York Times, 2 weeks ago For Media Moguls Paydays That Stand Out Calcutta News.Net, 2 weeks ago For Media Moguls, Paydays That Stand Out Yahoo! Canada, 2 weeks ago
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Media chiefs are among the nation's highest-paid CEOs, and as a whole they earn on average $10 million more than their counterparts in other industries, according to a study conducted by The New York Times. According to the Times report, citing ...Hollywood Reporter, 2 weeks ago Pay Cuts for CEOs: Is the Income Gap Closing? The Fiscal Times, 1 month ago Pay Cuts Hit CEOs US News & World Report, 1 month ago Pay Cuts Hit CEOs US News Yahoo! Finance, 1 month ago
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